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, the city's currently operating seven email systems across the city. so there's -- as the gentleman from i.d.c. mentioned, there's hardware, software, infrastructure, to run multiple email systems and staffs associated with managing all the systems. additionally, not only are we saving money by going to the new system, we're actually really gaining significant capabilities. we are, again, leapfrogging to a newer version of the technology that much more easily integrated into where we're going from a technology vision for the future and frankly the thing i see as the c.i.o. for the city that we're really cognizant of it creates disaster resilient solution to a challenge we face in the city that's not easy to address. typically in cities we are able to budget for maintaining the system we have from the premise-based system but the disaster solution for systems tends to be not as up to date or as disaster ready as we like. by going to a cloud-based solution like the online exchange solution, even if we have a large disaster in san francisco, we like to know that our emails are protected, our
email system will be in place for all of the employees, state of the art. we're very excited about this opportunity. we're excited not just about the email but what it means for the future of the city, where we're going for the next five years. as many of you tomorrow we'll be released our first five-year strategic i.t. plan for the city. this is one of the key projects, one of really the key initiatives that we're focusing on the city to demonstrate where we want to go over the next five years. and we want to thank gail and microsoft for being here today and talking a little bit about this project. gail, if you want to talk a little bit. >> thank you very much to john. i'm hoping everyone can hear us ok on the other side. thanks so much for joining us as well. and i just want to really say thank you to john and his entire team here in the city and county of san francisco for this partnership. and the tremendous vision that you've shown in terms of the efforts to continue to have a have a t.j.ic vision for the city and county -- strategic vision for the city and county and moderniz
>>> on the broadcast tonight, mail call. thousands of pages of e-mail from sarah palin's time as governor. what we're learning about her. >>> on the attack. firefighters try to press than vaerj in arizona where the monster blaze is over 600 square miles. >>> uprising. protests across syria and a violent government crackdown. are they are o on the edge of a fu full-blown civil war? >> and plit clael incorrect, 50 years of speaking his mind, leaving nearly no one unscathed. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, i'm lester holt, in tonight for brian. sarah palin's short royse from obscurity to a source of analyst's fascination reached a new level as reporters lined up to scour thousands of pages of e-mail from her time as alaska governor. looking for insight and clues into her political ambition. nbc requests the state of alaska release 24,199 e-mails covering 2006 when she was sworn in as governor to 2008 when she was john mccain's presidential running mate. can her foes try to use them to find her candidacy? michael has been
, the streak is over as the released of 24,000 pages of sarah palin's e-mails knocks wiener gate from the top spot. you had a good run, wiener gate. don't worry, america, we will still be talking about wiener gate as they pay a visit to the home of the 17-year-old high school girl to ask about direct on-line communications she may have had with the coming manment oops. and finally tracy morgan goes on an anti-gay rapt while doing a comedy show and then apologizes. but will he apologize for "cop out." >> thank you, andy. it starts outlooking so pretty, andy. >> you mean before you eat it? >> i suppose. >> we are done here. >> go away. let's welcome our guest. my favorite part of the night is welcoming our guest. it is an island we would all like to be stand on. anna gilligan sea. she mistake her for a campfire and try to roast winies. and he is charming and the key suspect in the disappearance of a dozen hobos. cs carl zhan. we had bill shultz's chair steam cleaned and sterilized and filling in is john devore. and the president of penn financial group, my favorite financial group. pinch is off
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o'donnell" starts right now. >>> and the search is on for the gold in the sarah palin emails. >> sarah palin's emails are about to do a whole lot of talking. >> we're seeing a lot of redaxs. >> thousands of emails from sarah palin's half term as governor. >> it has taken nearly three years. >> the wait to get the documents is longer than palin was governor. >> there's a lot to go through. >> 24,000 pages of documents. >> 24,000 emails. >> sarah palin was concerned about just this. >> are you worried that some of those emails could be damaging? >> no. because it's already been kicked over. >> this is a massive dump. it's a massive document dump. >> sarah palin the movie leaves some inconvenient truths on the cutting room floor. >> this documentary, quote unquote documentary, very favorable documentary. you could call it sort of the first flick poll. >> of all the 50 governors in the united states she was sitting at the desk as one of the most powerful. >> they go after eric cantor, mitch mcconnell. she's going after the republican leadership. >> she compares her path to promin
'll be tweeting tonight. >>> up next, more than 24,000 pages of e-mails during sarah palin's time as governor, including one mail where she praises barack obama a few weeks before she started not praising him. >>> also tonight, striking testimony as to how the prosecution thinks little caylee anthony died. will it persuade the jury that duct tape was part of the murder weapon? can they tie it to caylee's mom? that's the other question. [ female announcer ] this is not a prescription. this is stacy. who runs circles around asthma. and dan. he never lets high cholesterol get him too low. and amy with her arthritis well in hand. they go to walgreens... where their pharmacist not only refills prescriptions but gives advice... immunizations... and health tests. staying on top of your health starts right in your neighborhood. walgreens. there's a way to stay well. [ technician ] are you busy? management just sent over these new technical manuals. they need you to translate them into portuguese. by tomorrow. [ male announcer ] ducati knows it's better for xerox to manage their global publications. s
seen on the video say that he has little memory of what happened that evening. >> 24,000 pages of e-mails may never be more heavily scrutinized than these. why sarah palin doesn't think these should be released. >>> also, the cost of raising a child is going up. ég >>> a passenger side air bag problem is causing gm to recall crossovers. the right side protection air bag doesn't inflate if no one's in the front seat. that means that those in the backseat may not be protected. the recall is for the 2011 model year. >>> the cost to raise a child to age 18 a rising. that's about $220,000. most of the money is spent on housing, food, child care and health service. the most expensive place to raise a child is the north east, west coast and then midwest. >>> what if all of your e-mails were released sarah palin isn't happy about hers being released. >>> enjoying your out door living space may have you adding a deck to your home >>> there's a whole lot of stink blooming. these stories and more still to come. getting ready to plant? chances are your soil is like this: compacted, drained of nutrie
for the state to hand them over. palin says there's nothing new in the e-mails. is she right? >>> detroit in the dark. 24 hours after a power system breaks down, several buildings and even a university are still without power with 90 degree temperatures gripping that city. how this has happened and could it get worse? >>> casey anthony back in court a day after a judge cut testimony short after she claims to have gotten sick after seeing pictures of her daughter kay life's skull. the latest on what happened in court is just ahead. >>> action. >> and "super 8," it's the mystery movie from steven spielberg and j.j. abrams. what is "super 8" and is the hype going to pay off this weekend at the box office? >>> good day, everyone. i'm tamron hall. the "news nation" is following breaking news. the state of alaska has just released tens of thousands of pages of sarah palin's e-mails three years after news outlets thought to have those e-mails made public. the way to get the documents is longer than palin was governor. she resigned in 2009 after serving just two years on the job. nbc national inv
. the reason because i had a working password and i was an low and only i would know through my e-mails what time i left and no one had a password so my e-mails and i am sure all those things have been locked by now. >> report guess? >> i am in the guessing. >> on friday, march--. >> would you allow the witness time to answer. judge judge: complete your answer, ma'am. >> we had several passwords to get into our computer. i had at least two log in passwords that only i had access to and it was against policy to give your passwords to your supervisor and i had a computer access, rather, access password to my e-mail. , and, again, no one was allowed to get into my e-mail except me and the computer passwords expire every 30 days and without me being there to put in my old password to create a new one, no one would be able to get into my password. >> do you have knowledge whether your company backs up your e-mails. >> i don't know if they would have those. the reason i say that is our e-mails had a memory that only lasted so long and it depended on how much was in there if we deleted them or in t
of thousands of e-mails released when she was governor of alaska. >> coming up later for you. a call for more money to help immunize the world's poorest children. we have a special report. >> hello and welcome. the military crackdown in syria is intensifying with government forces reported to have killed at least 28 people on friday. tanks have swept into a town where the government claims 120 soldiers were killed earlier this week. the town is close to syria's border with turkey, and thousands of refugees have already crossed the border. our middle east editor reports. >> an apprehensive groove of syrians, some waving olive branches approached the border with turkey. they fear this could be the start of a much bigger exodus. here at the edge of syria you get ripples from the storms further in. the city where these people come from is less than a half hour away. some of the wounded are being taken to this hospital in the local town and kept away from journalists. the bbc managed to get in to see men worried about reprisals a at home but happy to talk. two said they were shot in peaceful demon
this morning in the scandal that is dogging new york congressman anthony weiner. >>> the tale of the e-mail, thousands of pages of e-mails from sarah palin's time as governor of alaska released. was she more interested in public policy or her public image. >>> can too much coffee make you hear voices? the warning signs that you're drinking too much. >>> plus, when good texts go bad. the very big misunderstanding that happens thanks to your smartphone's auto correct. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. welcome to msnbc saturday. right now, reporters, bloggers and diehard sarah palin fans and fa foes are united in a common goal, examining more than 24 how pages of newly released e-mails from palin's private inbox. they include praise for a prepresidential obama, and details on a tanning bed in the governor's mansion. we have a political report we are the "washington post" and she joins me right now. anna, good morning to you. i was going through some things. but give me the takeaway, what we're learning so far from the stash of e-mails? >> there were no really big bombshells in the e-m
>>> on the broadcast tonight, mail call. thoins of pages of e-mail from sarah palin's time as governor. what we're learning about her. >>>oon the attack. firefighters in zone voarizona the plaz is over 600 miles. >>> uprising. protests in syria and a violent uprising. are they on the edge of a civil war? >> and politically incorrect. prince philip, 50 years of speaking his mind, leaving almost no one unscathed. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, i'm lester holt, in tonight for brian. sarah palin's short rise from obscurity to reporter fascination escalateds to as reporters lined up to interview her about her times as governor of alaska. the state of alaska released 24,199 e-mails covering 2006 when she was sworn in as governor, to 2008, when she was john mccain's running mate. can her foes try to use them to find her candidacy? michael izacough has been examining some of those e-mails. he joins me from juneau. >> reporter: reporters have waited three years to get these e-mails. stacks of e-mails about her time as gover
@andersoncooper. i'll be tweeting tonight. >>> up next, more than 24,000 pages of e-mails. one e-mail praises candidate barack obama weeks before she started not praising him. also tonight, striking testimony as to how the prosecution thinks little caylee anthony died. will it persuade the jury that duct tape was part of the murder weapon? can they tie it to caylee's mom. >> anderson, you probably heard about tracy morgan's homophobic rant. well, tonight we'll tell you about his apology and reaction to it, including from his bosses at nbc. that's coming up on "ac 360." down the hill? man: all right. we were actually thinking, maybe... we're going to hike up here, so we'll catch up with you guys. [ indistinct talking and laughter ] whew! i think it's worth it. working with a partner you can trust is always a good decision. massmutual. let our financial professionals help you reach your goals. being the squeaky wheel is just not their style. you'll find them with their heads down, working their butts off. ♪ occasionally, they look up from their work, look behind them, see the pack in the dist
consumer records had been compromised as a result of those breaches, including full names, email, and mailing drearks the passwords, and maybe even credit card numbers. those two major breaches illustrate no company is safe and we must always operate at a heightened level of security and vigilance. no company wants its data compromised, and sony and epsilon are certainly no exception. sony was victim to hackers who stole nearly 100 million consumer records, and it took engineers several days to realize that there was an intrusion. during that time, hackers had full access to sony's servers. the breach that occurred at epsilon was very large and involved the names and email addresses of about 50 of epsilon client with conservative estimates of 60 million records stolen. luckily, no critically sensitive information was stolen, but it easily could have. it is important that businesses do all they can do to protect consumers from having their information fall into the wrong hands. for many americans, shopping, paying bills, and refilling prescriptions, and communicating with friends
and gps if you don't use them and dem the screen and from the -- the big of the power hog, your e-mail. every time your phone pings or checks an e-mail server, it's running down 9 battery. if your phone checks e-mail every 10 minutes, you can run down your battery in less than 12 hours. doesn't that stink? for just your phone's e-mail settings, you can turn off e- mail pinging. the worst drain is when you have multiple e-mail accounts where your phone is checking new e-mails every few minutes. set some to check for e-mail only when you open your inbox that way you save the battery and don't waste your mean. i'm john mattirise. >>> all right, everyone. we had a good day and look at what is going on. oh, no. we had fireworks and there we go. look at that and it's beautiful out there. make sure you enjoy it. the temperature is coming in at 70 degrees and humidity, fon%. the winds are calm -- 71% and the winds are calm. 71.6 is the barometer and rising n. baltimore, you see the puffy, cumulous clouds and have some sunshine out there as well and that is turning out to be an awesome day and
, google says chinese hackers have tarringed e-mail accounts of 12 u.s. officials. >> a controversial damn in the brazilian amazon gets approval. opponents say it will destroy the ecosystem. >> we begin in syria where a 13-year-old boy has become the symbol of anti-government protests. hamza al-khatib was abtucted and tortured to death by local security forces. this contains graphic images. >> uprisings often need a human face. this is the face of syrian's revolt. 13-year-old hamza al-khatib allegedly tortured to death by local security forces. images are impossible to verify. the body appears battered with gunshot wounds and signs of horriffic torture. at his few radical -- at his funeral, his family was in no doubt. so what happened to the 13-year-old? it seems over a month ago hamza was picked up by security forces. fimely last week his body was returned. his family says they were threatened and told to stay silent. they found signs of torture. his neck broken and mutilation of his genitals. images spread fast on facebook and youtube. sensing the damage, syrian tv broadcast a lengthy de
's a good question. we have call and e-mailed his office. >> what's more is that the longer he holds on, the longer this becomes really an issue for the democrats. you think of the. >> rob: chris lee, a picture of him got out. he resigned, the story was over. it ended. this has now lasted really more than two weeks. for democrats, it's clear, simply want this over. they want to take it out from congress and at least handle it privately where frankly it won't get the kind of attention, correct? >> exactly. the thing is this has lasted from their perspective way too long and it has. ended. the stories have kept coming on. and earlier this week they reported there was a stepped up effort privately and publicly to get anthony weener to reside by some of his senior colleagues in the house. that did not work. he said very clearly publicly and i'm being told privately that he wasn't going to resign. he got a little help with the fact there was a poll that came out in his very own district. his own district, 56% of them said he should resign. >> clearly it wasn't survivabls. >> he's still there
released e-mails reveal much? >>> a look at the full-face transplant of the woman attacked by a chimp. good morning, everyone. welcome to "msnbc saturday," i'm alex witt. just past 11:00 here on the east, 8:00 a.m. out west. let's get to what's happening right now out there. new york congressman anthony weiner's recommep is taking ano hit. weiner told "the new york times" he was communicating with a 17-year-old delaware teen who became a fan of his after seeing him speak in washington, d.c. the weiner says the exchanges were neither explicit nor indecent. matt, did g day to you. >> good day. >> before we discuss anything else i want to listen to a sound bite from the congressman's press conference last week where he was first asked a question about whether or not he communicated with underage women online. let's take a listen to this. >> i don't know the exact ages of the women and i don't know, if you do, i'll respect their privacy. they were adults, at least to the best of my knowledge. >> in this particular case with the delaware teen, 17 years old there, the police have talked with her
the content join online. they communicate with users from facebook, e-mail, twitter and blogs. >> we view facebook, twitter and others as it is a great way for us to package up some of the nuggets and share them. and we see then people will click through and want to learn more. >> like what would be a nugget? >> so a nugget might be you would be surprised how many women admit to spanking their child. click here to see more. >> butterin and eden say the price is right for the marketing, it is basically free, it is not enough. the problem with only communicating online is it is just not personal. >> it has been really important for us to show that myself and erin are two women just like the women who engage with us. and that there really is a personality, not some nebulous corporation behind skinny scoop. >> erin and eden are the brand. they started the company because as busy moms they needed the service in their own lives. >> let's go brush teeth. then we need to get socks and shoes, right? >> that's why they frequently come out from behind their computers and meet their community. or pro
release of 24,000 pages of e-mails involving sarah palin's tenure as governor. correspondent anita vogel is live in juneau with a look at what is inside. good afternoon. >> reporter: well, here they are, bret. five of six boxes, 50 pounds each of e-mails more than 24,000 e-mails belonging to former governor sarah palin two is also, of course, a fox news contributor. our team has been going through page by page. laboriously reading each e-mail so far, we found e-mails of congratulations, threat, hate mail, very interesting exchange about the scandal that became known as "trooper gate." this is where sarah around todd palin were accused of pressuring public safety commissioner walt monegan to fire palin's former governor-in-law state trooper mike louton. it says, "my answer to the specific question whether i knew of any pressure of the calls i don't believe there were any and i totally disaghee with walt's assertion that bailey, todd and tibbles pressureed him." media organizations from around the country gathered in juneau to look into sarah palin's time as governor. keep in mind, she has
on in alaska following release of 24,000 pages of e-mails involving sarah palin's tenure as governor. correspondent anita vogel is live in juneau with a look at what is inside. good afternoon. >> reporter: well, here they are, bret. five of six boxes, 50 pounds each of e-mails more than 24,000 e-mails belonging to former governor sarah palin two is also, of course, a fox news contributor. our team has been going through page by page. laboriously reading each e-mail so far, we found e-mails of congratulations, threat, hate mail, very interesting exchange about the scandal that became known as "trooper gate." this is where sarah around todd palin were accused of pressuring public safety commissioner walt monegan to fire palin's former governor-in-law state trooper mike louton. it says, "my answer to the specific question whether i knew of any pressure of the calls i don't believe there were any and i totally disaghee with walt's assertion that bailey, todd and tibbles pressureed him." media organizations from around the country gathered in juneau to look into sarah palin's time as gove
palin's email is drawn scrutiny. thousands of the mill were released today. nicole killian shows what is in them. pages oftalking 24,000 email, but little by little we are learning more about the former governor. she has male, thousands of e- mail written by and sent to sarah palin. the detail a governor hard at work, says a palin spokesman. some e-mail reportedly showed palin had to -- some show her. occupied by complaints and cassette. in one exchange, she wrote, mom and i were just afraid about the hurt and anger that comes with her job. >> you get a look behind the curtain and see what went on and how she interacted with people when there was not a camera in front of her. >> as the email files were carted off, the document drop comes to speculation builds about whether she will run for president in 2012. they say the email could have an impact. >> if she is looking at entering a presidential race, this is not an advantage. it will distract from that. it will put her under a microscope in a very different way that i think she does not need. >> requests have been made for her e-mail
@andersoncooper. i'll be betweening tonight. >>> up next, more than 24,000 pages of e-mails. one e-mail praises candidate barack obama weeks before she started not praising him. also tonight, striking testimony as to how the prosecution thinks little caylee anthony died. will it persuade the jury that duct tape was part of the murder weapon? can they tie it to caylee's mom. >> anderson, you probably heard about tracy morgan's homophobic rant. well, tonight we'll tell you about his apology and reaction to it, including from his bosses at nbc. that's coming up on "ac 360." okay, team! after age 40, we can start losing muscle -- 8% every 10 years. wow. wow. but you can help fight muscle loss with exercise and ensure muscle health. i've got revigor. what's revigor? it's the amino acid metabolite, hmb to help rebuild muscle and strength naturally lost over time. [ female announcer ] ensure muscle health has revigor and protein to help protect, preserve, and promote muscle health. keeps you from getting soft. [ major nutrition ] ensure. nutrition in charge! a living, breathing intelligence that's hel
. state officials released nearly 25,000 pages of palin's e-mails and in and out work is on to plow through those messages. fox's anita is live in juno, alaska, where she has been plowing through some of those messages. what have you been able to find out? well laura, take a look. here are five of the six boxes. 50-pounds each of those e- mails. as you mentioned, more than 24,000 pages. it's a lot to go through and unfortunately, the only way you can do is it to read it page by page. here's what our team found so far. a number of e-mails sending congratulations about being selected as the vice presidential nominee. also hate e-mails, threats, can complaints about todd palin and an e-mail about the scandal known as trooper gate. that got a lot of attention in the news. sarah palin was accused of using her influence on walt to fire her former brother-in-law, mike wooten who is a state trooper here. let's take a look at this e- mail where she addresses trooper gates. she says, quote, my answer to the specific question, i still don't believe there were any. i believe that bailey and tod
the palin e-mails. they were released today and right now reporters are pouring over catch this 24,199 pages of documents contained in six boxes weighing 50 pounds each. we will get the latest. and guys got wild. weiner, vitter, spitzer would name a few, why they take such incredible risks, if that's what you call them. we have eric ka john herself joining us today. finally, let me finish with a vanity kennedy who is really not a kennedy at all. let's start with the collapse of newt's campaign. right now by have two experts. gentlemen, thank you for this. i want to play the latest spin. this is almost like an after glow of the campaign. here is newt gingrich this morning reacting to the news that his entire staff walked out. he is sort of the captain bly and the whole rest of the crew left him in the little boat. let's listen. >> i believe we live in a time when americans are genuinely frightened for the country's future and when the country wants leadership. it is automatically doing old politics. we make decisions as a couple. i think most couples find that refreshing, not a problem. i thi
they see as sort of these side bar issues. >> thanks for that. i'm going to send an e-mail to your mom and tell her she raised such a polite boy. >>> talks are expected to pick up with three meetings scheduled for next week. both sides being optimistic about getting something done. >> there's a commitment next week in engaging once again fwh a robust series of meetings to see if we can achieve a result. we have had much discussion and look forward to more next week. >> nbc's kristen welker is live at the white house. with a good morning to you, i know that the senior staffers are hopeful something positive will come out of these discussions. what are the expectations? >> hi, there, alex. what we're hearing is the lawmakers are going to meet three times next week is indicative that they're going to try to pick up the pace. they're trying to get a deal well before the august deadline. those familiar with the talks tell me it's also indicative they may have found some common ground on some of those issues, although no specifics right now what that common ground looks like. here's what we
to police, but did anthony weiner do anything wrong? >>> 24,000 pages of sarah palin e-mails are finally released, but who do they reveal? >>> uncle sam's running out of money. what if the government goes into default? >>> and a new study says coffee could cause hallucinations. really? that's going to be a problem for me. >>> just past 9:00 a.m. here in the east. let's get to what's happening. congressman anthony weiner's behavior is under skrut after he shared online communications with a 17-year-old girl. the girl became a fan of his on twitter after seeing him speak in washington, d.c. although the exchanges were private, he claims this were neither explicit nor indecent. john, good morning. good to see you. before we get to the questions, i want to play a sound bite from the congressman's original press conference where he was asked about the very issue we're talking about. >> i don't know the exact ages of the women. and i don't know if you do. i'm going to respect their privacy, but they were all adults. at least to the best of my knowledge, they were all adults. >> that gives us s
for president but she may have explaining to do when the state of alaska releases thousands of e-mails from her time as governor. michael isikoff is nbc news national investigative correspondent. he's in juneau for us today. what is the latest on the e-mails? >> reporter: well, it is less than an hour away. we'll be getting these e-mail s 24,000. it is a massive document dump that could offer new clues into what kind of governor sarah palin was and if she does decide to run, what kind of president she might be. fresh off her bus tour that attracted a crush of media attention, sarah palin may now be facing a storm of a different kind. the release of thousands of e-mails from palin to more than 50 top aides and officials in alaska. >> i sarah palin -- >> reporter: the e-mails cover the first two years as her tenure as governor and continue through september 2008, including the first frantic weeks after john mccain plucked her from obscurity as his running mate. when she was govern, palin was a frenetic blackberry user, firing off e-mails daily to top aides about state policies and venting about h
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years i have engaged in several inappropriate conversations conducted over twitter, facebook, e-mail and occasionally on the phone with women i have met online. i exchanged message and photos of explicit nature with six women in the last three years. for themo part the communications took place before my marriage. some have sadly took place after to be clear, i have never met the women or had physical relationships at any time. i haven't told the truth. i've done things that i deeply regret. i brought pape to people i cared about the most and people who believed in me. for that, i'm deeply sorry. i apologize to our -- my wife, our family and friends and supporters. i'm deeply ashamed. glad to take any questions you might have. [ inaudible question ] >> i came here to accept full responsibility for what i've done. i have made it clear that i accept responsibility for this. people draw conclusions about me are free to do so. i work for the people of my district, for 13 years and politics for 20 years. itch hope that they see fit to see this in the light it is, deeply regrettable mistak
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the detective work that shows you which cars create the most american jobs. >>> you've got mail. a geyser of e-mails from sarah palin's account over the years. >>> chemical in your cup. the government worries that some styrofoam could be carcinogenic. >>> a plate full of history. do you want to try a president's favorite chili recipe? how about ham shortcake? the recipe vault was opened today. >>> and, the little things. americans show patriotic power, with planting flowers, pulling weeds for someone defending the country. our "persons of the week." >>> good evening on this friday. it's a big family decision, the purchase of a new car. but even in this economy, millions more of us are going shopping. auto sales are up 14% so far this year. 5.3 million new cars driven off the lot. and if you watch "world news," you know our made in america team is looking for ways to create american jobs. here's a fact for you. every one worker on a car assembly line creates nine additional jobs out of the rest of the economy. so, tonight, with the help of an all-american family, we try to answer the question -- woul
. thousands of her private e-mails released today. a surprising glimpse behind the curtain. and fukushima. the nuclear contamination is worse than we thought. and now fears of a genetic impact. we'll get the latest from physicist michio kak yue. then anthony weiner. we know what they think of him on capitol hill. tonight we'll hear from a leading feminist. now back to the top story. the drama playing out at syria's border with turkey. desperate syrians are fighting to cross that border and get to safety, even as the syrian army advances on the rebellious border area. cnn's ivan watson is there and joins us now. ivan, what are you seeing today? are the streams of refugees continuing across the border? >> reporter: they are absolutely, eliot. more than 3,800 refugees now. there were barely 400 48 hours ago. the turks are planning to open up a third camp. we've been to one of the hospitals in this area. they say they have at least 30 bullet wound victims there. we talked to one of them. he actually came across weeks ago after being shot at what he said was an unarmed protest against the gove
're drilling down on tonight. the real sarah palin. thousands of her private e-mails released today. a surprising glimpse behind the curtain. and fukushima. the nuclear contamination is worse than we thought. and now fears of a genetic impact. we'll get the latest from physicist michio kak yue. then anthony weiner. we know what they think of him on capitol hill. tonight we'll hear from a leading feminist. now back to the top story. the drama playing out at syria's border with turkey. desperate syrians are fighting to cross that border and get to safety, even as the syrian army advances on the rebellious border area. cnn's ivan watson is there and joins us now. ivan, what are you seeing today? are the streams of refugees continuing across the border? >> reporter: they are absolutely, eliot. more than 3,800 refugees now. there were barely 400 48 hours ago. the turks are planning to open up a third camp. we've been to one of the hospitals in this area. they say they have at least 30 bullet wound victims there. we talked to one of them. he actually came across weeks ago after being shot
. visit bge smart energy dot com. ahhh, now i'm comfortable-- and energy efficient! >>> 5:15. most e-mail users know a phishing scam and conartist are getting more so fist kateed in an attempt to get your information. karin caifa has tips on what to look out for. >> reporter: in the past, you have been dear valued customer, the target of an e-mail firing scam -- phishing scam without a name. but big breaches has given more information. they are more personalizeded and possibly more convincing to a recipient. >> and there's a higher likelihood when an e-mail is directed to a specific individual, that they are going to be more amenable to responding to that or at the very least clicking on that e- mail. >> reporter: legitimate establishments hardly if ever ask for sensitive information in a e-mail by spear phishs e- mail mace it logical to reply with personal data or click on a link to open access to what's stored on your computer. >> even if it doesn't look like it's spear phishing attack if itcomes from a government agency or financial institution or a lifestyle company what you want to d
.t. is satellites. we have seven e-mail systems we are trying to concentrate into one, dozens of data centers we are trying to consolidate into a handful, cal was agreements between various departments. these are just a few of the many projects that we have city-wide. i want to let you know that i think this plan is a good first start, and i think there are many details that many of us are hoping to address. i look forward to the conversation and the presentation. supervisor chu: thank you. mr. walton. >> thank you. director of the department of technology and chief information officer. a few brief slides. 10 slides perhaps. i know we distributed the report previously. to perhaps give you highlights from the report so we can have a conversation or you can ask some questions or make suggestions on how to improve this as we go forward into the future. as president chiu indicated, this is the first time we have published a five-year plan for technology in the city. i want to perhaps highlight the fact that this is not a technology plan. there is confusion at times, given the fact that we are highly
. not everyone is using e-mail currently. we have password changes and fte password changes. i want you to know in 30 days, we applaud that the e-mail in 30 days. supervisor chiu: that is remarkable. that is something we have been hoping for. that is a decent maus gunned. -- milestone. last year, there were a highly- publicized instances of members of the community victimized by crime who had significant grievances about their situation. could you talk about whether or not you are ensuring your services are accessible to the entire diversity of san francisco? >> sure. we do have access to language services. we do access that. i believe the muni portion is what you are speaking up. no good language skills amongst the officers. -- we have good language skills amongst the officers. we got a lot of help from howard wu and marlene tran. on wednesdays, we always have a chinese speaker available. i know that city-wide you're working with the captains to identify people through their citizens' advisory boards. now that we have e-mail, the internet will not be far behind. i know it sounds ridiculous, li
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